Another new popcorn flavor is being introduced by Joe & Seph’s: Cheese on Toast Popcorn.
Almost everyone likes cheese (except vegans). We eat it on bread, pizza, wraps, and toast. Well, now cheese-lovers and popcorn-lovers can have the best of both worlds with Cheese on Toast Popcorn.
Cheese on Toast Popcorn is made with air-popped, gluten free popcorn, then coated in caramel and toasted cheddar cheese with seasonings that are sweet and savory.
For non-cheese lovers (do they really exist?), there is a gin and tonic version of the popcorn. Don’t you just love the new and creative popcorn flavors that are being developed?!
From: “Her” by Jade Hayden
Gloucester, VA, has a new gourmet popcorn store: Northern Neck Popcorn Bag. The store is located on Main Street.
This is Northern Neck Popcorn Bag’s second store. Owners Kevin and Terri Crowder’s first store is in Kilmarnock.
They enjoy the small-town atmosphere and their
The popcorn flavors include chocolate caramel, dill pickle, s’mores, Ginger Ale, and pecan praline.
Northern Neck Popcorn Bag sounds absolutely delightful!
From: Gazette-Journal, by Quinton Sheppard
A popcorn store in Pittsburgh, PA, was cited by the county health agency for having a mouse infestation.
According to health officials, mouse droppings were found throughout the store: storage area, washing area, on top of popcorn seasoning mixers, on prep tables, in a container used to store popcorn, and inside of a popcorn popping machine.
As a result, the county health department put an alert on the popcorn store, but let the store stay open.
NOT SO FAST, said the popcorn store. Those were NOT mouse droppings, but rather burnt popcorn kernels.
The store explained that during the course of a normal day, black burnt popcorn hulls and kernels scatter throughout the store. These burnt hulls were mistaken for mouse droppings.
The popcorn poppers are cleaned after every batch is popped to prevent burnt specks getting on the popcorn. In the cleaning process burnt hulls scatter throughout the store.
The company hopes to get the alert lifted very soon.
Guess the health department officials didn’t look closely at the black stuff on the floor. There is a (big) difference between mouse droppings and burnt popcorn hulls.
From: wpxi news 11
Does the idea of red wine salted popcorn interest you?
Well, The CHEW has the recipe for you. You can find it here:
The recipe looks easy enough, and has only 5 ingredients:
· ½ bottle of red wine (doesn’t say what size)
· ½ - ¾ cup flaky sea salt
· 1 tablespoon coconut oil
· ½ cup popcorn kernels (popped in an air-popper)
· 3 tablespoons unsalted butter (melted)
If you make this recipe, let us know what you
think of it.
If you tried the red wine salted popcorn recipe, tell us about it.